Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Indonesia Air Transport Route Expansion

Scheduled commercial airline it would open up new routes.
PT Indonesia Air Transport Tbk (IATA) is ready to explore cooperation with a number of investors to support the company's corporate action this year.

"We do not rule out the possibility to cooperate with investors in the company's successful business expansion," said Indonesia Air Transport Company Secretary, Arman Zuvianto Ganis, when contacted in Jakarta, Tuesday, August 2, 2011.

According to Ganis, for purposes of expansion, commercial airlines are not scheduled or charter was set aside from internal cash and bank loans. "We are prepared from the first two options," he said.

Meanwhile, business expansion by Indonesia Air Transport, he said, the addition of a number of new flight routes. "But, we can not mention the route where, yes," said Ganis.

Regarding the news that one of the domestic airlines are exploring ownership Indonesia Air Transport, Ganis claimed not to hear. "As to that - that strategic investors interested to get IATA -, do not know. To be sure, we are aggressively expanding," he said.

As of June 30, 2011, PT Global Transport Service recorded IATA coded acquire a controlling stake of 53.01 percent, Far East Global Invesments Ltd 12.15 percent, 10.52 percent and Starlight. While the rest held by the public.

In trading Tuesday at 10:30 pm, the share price weakened IATA Rp1 or 1.66 percent at the level of Rp59. Meanwhile, at the opening transaction this morning, shares of Air Transport Indonesia is stagnant at Rp60 position.

Previously, Indonesia Air Transport seeks to boost financial performance this year. To that end, the company is eyeing the tender charter plane from the mining company in East Kalimantan.

"Tender is worth U.S. $ 2.9 million from the mining company in Muara Bakau, East Kalimantan," said President Director of IATA, Syafril Nasution, after the EGM in Jakarta, some time ago.

Syafril added, the company also will open up new flight routes in some areas.

Employees Ask U.S. $ 4/Jam, Freeport Only Able to U.S. $ 3.09 / Hour

Nusa Dua - To this day there is no agreement between Freeport and its employees about salary. The government hopes that this issue be resolved so that the Freeport gold mine back to normal operation.

This was stated by Minister Jero Wacik when met at the Westin Hotel, Nusa Dua, Jakarta, Wednesday (11/16/2011).

"Employees are asked initially U.S. $ 35/hr now it is up to U.S. $ 4/jam demands of employees. From the Freeport management is also gone up from U.S. $ 2.1 / h to U.S. $ 3.09 / hour," he said.

Jero said it and Manpower has helped to mediate between Freeport with employees about salary. The government hopes the Freeport gold mine back in operation as quickly as possible.

"The loss is the company's revenue per day do not get about 8 million U.S. $ per day," he explained.

The union has extended the action of breakdowns in Freeport until December 15, 2011. But the extra time it may be discontinued if management can meet their demands.

As is known began July 4, 2011 Freeport employees strike has been going on related charges based on the dollars they raise. The strike ended on July 11, 2011 because there was an agreement between management and unions.

Then on July 20, 2011 occurred early negotiation efforts Labour Agreement (CLA) for the period 2011-2013. Then again strike lasted 15 September 2011.

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